Midtown Tampa Development

The $500 million Midtown Tampa will be built in a single phase, beginning in Q2 

By  – Senior Reporter, Tampa Bay Business Journal
Mar 14, 2019, 7:04am EDT

Midtown Tampa, the 20-plus acre mixed-use district at Interstate 275 and North Dale Mabry Highway, will begin vertical construction in the second quarter, its developer said.

Nicholas Haines, CEO of Bromley Cos., said Wednesday that the entire project — 1.8 million square feet — will be built in a single phase. Bromley is aiming to have the development wrapped up by early 2021, before Tampa hosts its fifth Super Bowl.

Haines spoke on a "hottest new projects" panel at Bisnow's State of the Market event in Tampa on Wednesday morning.

An aerial view of Midtown Tampa in January

He said Bromley, which started assembling the land that became Midtown in the late 1990s, sees Midtown as bigger than its own project. Midtown, he said, is about connecting downtown Tampa and the Westshore business district.

“We want Midtown to be not our 20 acres, but an entire community,” he said.

Here's a breakdown of what Midtown is slated to include:

  • 240,000 square feet of retail and entertainment space — including a movie theater, according to the rezoning application
  • 750,000 square feet of office space
  • 400 multifamily units
  • 225-key boutique hotel
  • 4 acres of pedestrian-friendly public spaces
  • Street and structured parking
  • 3-acre, landscaped pond with fountain

Lakeside Park at Midtown Tampa


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